Articles Tagged "training"

Division 29 is proud to announce a training on Psychotherapy for Pregnancy Loss: A Relational Perspective Who: Rayna Markin, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Associate Professor in Counseling, Villanova University When: Friday, May 10th 12:00 PM Eastern US time What: Pregnancy loss is a relatively common event that often leads to long-term and intense psychosocial consequences and […]

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Apr 7, 2024

Call to adventure In March 2023, Hanna Levenson, one of my colleagues at the Wright Institute, invited Alex Vaz and Tony Rousmaniere, the dynamic duo of Sentio Counseling Center (SCC), to do a 6-hour training on deliberate practice and the Sentio Supervision Model (SSM) for our community. They were looking for volunteers to be in […]

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In this introductory article we provide a brief overview of what Deliberate Practice is and why it matters for psychotherapists. We then present the Sentio Supervision Model, a 7-step Deliberate Practice supervision approach developed by the Sentio Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program that helps trainers integrate comprehensive skill building into clinical supervision. What is […]

Division 29 has a commitment to education and training. We provide countless opportunities for student’s to learn, develop, and grow both as future clinicians and experts in the field. This year’s president, Tony Rousmaniere, is offering free mentoring for four lucky student members of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (APA Division 29).  Students […]

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Theories and processes of psychology have largely been influenced by North American and European psychologists whose Western-oriented paradigms have not promoted inclusivity or recognized the strengths of ethnically diverse cultures. Western paradigms promote power, hierarchical order, and structural privilege to the detriment of the well-being and mental health of racially and ethnically diverse cultures (Goodman […]

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Oct 27, 2023

In counseling psychology programs, students face unique challenges related to the scientist-practitioner model of training.1 Unlike many people in graduate school who only have research responsibilities, counseling psychology students are expected to have dual duties: engaging in research and practicing mental health.   Practicum experiences shape students’ future careers as mental health professionals. During their doctoral […]

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Oct 27, 2023

In this article, I will argue that quantitative evidence is not very useful to the practicing psychotherapist and instead most day-to-day clinical decisions are based on unsystematic qualitative evidence. I imagine this argument will be obvious to some in clinical practice and considered blasphemy against clinical science for others. It is a realization I have […]

    This video is the Gab with the Greats 2023 panel that focuses on diversity and multiculturalism. The three panelists are: Dr. Rosemary Phelps, Dr. Derald Wing Sue and Dr. Melba Vasquez. This event is organized by the APA Division 29 Early Career Psychology (ECP) domain representative Dr. Yujia Lei, and the ECP committee chair, Dr. Michelle Joaquin. In this video, panelists share […]

We are thrilled to announce an upcoming event that promises to be both enlightening and inspiring: Gab with the Greats This event is taking place on Monday, September 18th, 2023 from 10:00 – 11:30 (ET) via Zoom! Organized by the Early Career Psychology Domain within the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (Division 29 – APA), this event includes three distinguished psychotherapy researchers […]

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Jan 5, 2023

In discussing the training of surgeons Campbell wrote, “In the classical training program we have taught how to perform surgery, but we have not taught how to live life as a surgeon” (2001, p. 702). How well have we taught our psychology students to live life as a psychologist? Ideally, our students will learn to […]